T62.1 MAENAD NYMPH
|Museum Collection||Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York|
|Catalogue No.||New York 41.162.19|
|Beazley Archive No.||-|
|Ware||Attic Red Figure|
|Painter||Attributed to Hermonax|
|Date||ca. 460 B.C.|
A Maenad nymph strides forward with a thyrsus (pine-cone tipped staff) and coiled serpent held in her hands. She wears a long robe, deer-skin cloak, headband and earrings.